Probably the cold sensation you feel on your forehead is due to the hypersensitivity of nerves related to the neck.You should consult an orthopedic physician and get an x-ray done to rule out any degenerative changes in your spine.
i have a freezing sensation on my forehead and also my blood pressure is 102 over 75 so Very low is this linked?
Also the cold feeling is behind my eyes too
It doesn't hurt but feels very cold
and my temperature is a bit high!
It's not a cold sensation I too suffer from this it's not just a sensation it's physically cold to the touch and it causes a headache I've had this since was a kid I've learned to help it through biofeedback but it doesn't always help often after a good biofeedback session my nose starts to leak out a very clear ice cold mucus substance once I've drained most of it out I feel clear headed and my sense of smell is even stronger but usually very exhausted after
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